The first rule of mental health should be to learn to scribble things down. While your ‘ever so neat’ spouse might criticise you for the abundance of post-it notes and scraps of paper everywhere, at least he/she won’t have to pay for psychiatric counselling every time you go on holiday or host the extended family for Christmas at your place. … More List – less.
Sucking in my last lungfuls of air before an avalanche cuts off both by oxygen and the route to freedom. Sheer walls surround me, each one a solid, heavy block. One false move and I’m a goner. Gingerly I edge my way through the danger zone, past soft piles and hard walls. Where do I start digging? I have to make my way through this. Somehow. … More Photo Death.
Do you clue up all your international visitors on Drop Bears? Congratulations you’re fair dinkum. … More You know you’re Australian when….(2)
Doomsday Preppers are an…interesting lot. I reckon maybe they have a few kangaroos loose in the top paddock.
I’m just sayin’, when Supreme Grand PooPah Kim-Jong Un shoots his ballistic missiles at someone because they won’t say he invented Gangnam Style dancing, I’m betting there won’t be a enough time for a conversation around the dinner table about which backpack to take. … More Doomsday – is there any point to prepping? Or will we be…
I can’t remember why I drew this picture a few years ago. I have a feeling there were bush fires in the area and I envisaged a very happy Pickers cohort surrounded by empty boxes and the sound of someone singing “Yesterday.” … More Hemp workers…ba ha…
Her best friend is smiling, the car waits outside.
Her heart is a-flutter, she feels like a bride.
Last photos are taken, last ‘good lucks’ are said,
then father and bridesmaid take the bride to be wed. … More The Wedding
Babyccinos, activewear, P&C association, French Polish, Green smoothies. If this sounds like you…then I think you forgot to pay your brain bill. Read on. … More I don’t want to be a Super Mum